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Old 07-01-2013, 02:02 AM   #11
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Maybe I missed it, but what pressure did you use at the nozzle? Also, how many boxes of Soda did you end up using just on the carbs?

Amazing how clean they became.
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Maybe I missed it, but what pressure did you use at the nozzle? Also, how many boxes of Soda did you end up using just on the carbs?

Amazing how clean they became.
Adjust the pressure as needed, I would recommend starting at 60psi and go from there.

I used a large rubbermaid container to blast my parts so that I could reclaim my soda. I used 3 boxes of soda total. You might check out a pool supply store, they might be able to sell you a larger container at a lower cost.
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Old 07-01-2013, 07:57 PM   #13
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Adjust the pressure as needed, I would recommend starting at 60psi and go from there.

I used a large rubbermaid container to blast my parts so that I could reclaim my soda. I used 3 boxes of soda total. You might check out a pool supply store, they might be able to sell you a larger container at a lower cost.
Thanks BaldEagle, you have no idea how excited I am over this. I do commercial refrigeration/HVAC and I may be able to use this technique for many things.

Thanks so much for sharing!!

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